Onion Bhajis are a great snack to put in your lunch box and of course as an accompaniment to a curry meal. Using Soy flour, means my Onion Bhaji recipe gives you a low carb option at only 4 net carbs per bhaji.
You could alter the spices you use to suit your own palette and tastes, these are very mild in flavour and not at all spicy.
TIP: I used a deep frying pan to fry them in; the first batch I made, I over cooked on the outside and undercooked in the middle as the oil was too hot, so you would be better off reducing the temperature and cooking inside before turning up to brown them off.
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Who doesn’t like Dauphinois Potatoes right? All that creamy, cheesy, garlic flavour mixed with sliced potatoes, wow a marriage of heavenly ingredients.
Well now you have a low carb version. 4 net carbs per portion. A chef I used to work with served these for my dinner one day accompanying a braised piece of beef and seasonal vegetables. Well I could not believe how good it tasted.
Celeriac really has become one of my favourite vegetables and I mostly prepare it as I would potatoes; roasted, mashed, chipped or baked. It is a seasonal vegetable in the UK so you cannot readily find it during the summer months and if you do it is likely to be expensive, so I make good use of it during the winter months. Equally I found the Dauphinois freezes exceptionally well, although there is not normally enough left to freeze!
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